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Parish News Round-up

Thursday February 20 2020

Our regular round-up of news received from churches

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The Church of Scotland Guild on the Isle of Cumbrae celebrated its 125th anniversary with a thanksgiving service at the island’s new parish church.

Among the 90 guests were members of Guilds from Largs and Fairlie were invited, along with the Guilds Together North Ayrshire leadership team. Friends from the Cathedral of the Isles, Our Lady of Perpetual Succour, also attended.

The guest speaker was Iain Whyte, general secretary of the Guild, who gave a talk on the history of the organisation.

The cake was cut by Christine McCubbin, co-ordinator of Cumbrae Guild, who is pictured with six past presidents.

Cockpen and Carrington Guild in Midlothian held a meal to celebrate their 90th birthday. Pictured: the oldest member, Margaret Robinson, cuts the cake, with joint conveners Liz Mills and Helen Renton, and minister the Rev Lorna Souter.

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